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Composer: Pärt, Arvo (b. 1935)

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Year of birth1935
January 2021
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LondonPekka Kuusisto / Nico Muhly: Breaking Ground

Muhly, Glass, Traditional, Bach, Pärt
Pekka Kuusisto; Nico Muhly


Chopin, Sviridov, Jóhannsson, Pärt
Anna Hop; Yuri Possokhov; Juanjo Arqués; Christopher Wheeldon; Matthew Golding; Lucía Lacarra; Florian Franzen

CórdobaLas siete últimas palabras

Las siete últimas palabras
Pärt, Gubaidulina, Poulenc
Orquesta de Córdoba; Judith Kubitz; Esteban Algora; Miguel Jiménez

ParisChoir & Organ

Pärt, Tulve, Baba, Ronchetti
Catherine Simonpietri; Ensemble vocal Sequenza 9.3; Chœurs d'enfants et d'adultes d'Île-de-France; Hampus Lindwall; Sophie Boucheron

WollongongTabula Rasa

Kilar, Pärt, Prokofiev, Adès, Shostakovich
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Satu Vänskä
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Tallis Scholars return with Renaissance and modern masters

Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars © Libby Percival | Live from London
The Tallis Scholars return, better than ever, in this full-length streaming concert.
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Tears for transience: Roderick Williams sings Butterworth

Roderick Williams and The Hallé © The Hallé
Its theme of the passing of everything from cherry blossom to opera houses made this a programme for the artistic perils of our time. 
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The show goes on as the Tonhalle Orchestra launches its new season

Paavo Järvi and Lars Vogt © Alberto Venzago

The Tonhalle Orchester Zürich premieres its 2020 concert season with a work by Composer-in-Residence, Arvo Pärt, and a spirited Beethoven concerto, with Lars Vogt at the piano.

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The Sixteen provide welcome Music for Reflection in difficult times

The Sixteen
The Sixteen contribute intimate Music for Reflection to Voces8's Live from London series.
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Two “Firsts” as Beethoven opens the Pärnu Music Festival

Harry Traksmann and Paavo Järvi © Kaupo Kikkas
While Kalle Randalu proves an amiable soloist in the First Piano Concerto, it is Beethoven the firebrand who startles in Paavo Järvi's account of the First Symphony with the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra.
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